Newspaper Page Text
THK -ABIZOTTA -REPTTBLTCATT: ."VTETHtfEWDATr MOBEllT, - SEPTEMB2T? ' 18,-1901.
The Arizona Republican PUBLISHED BY THE ARIZONA PUBLISHING CO. Exclusive Morning Associated Press Dispatches.' The only Perfecting Press In AHcona. The only battery of Unotypes In Ari zona. Publication office: M ia Kast Adams street. Telephone No. 471. Jtntered at the postofllce at Phoenix, Arizona, as mail matter of the second class. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By mall, dally, one year .....J9.00 'Weekly, one year 2.00 Cash in advance. BT CARRIER. Dally, per month I .7 HLABEL niOENIX, ARIZONA, SEPTL IS, 1901. The New York Tribune thinks that 'ihe UMins of the Buffalo -traftcily have sunk deeply Into NO the American mind and MORE heart." and tha'C, there HAND- will be no more hand- SHAKINGS. shaking- by the presi dent. From every sec tion and quarter of the country has corns a spontaneous demand that as a peopte we sacrifice no proper effort to hedge the president's life. If not with a more formidable divinity, at least with an exaetef- measure of security ani protection; Many tr.eans of Insuring the oMef maffistrate's safety against as?au(l "have been suggested, and will 'continue to be suggested. Of the ex pediency of one precaution there can be no possible questK.n: an:l the crime committed lust Friday will have tjorne one not nltncether deplorable fruit Jr it is found I hat the long tol erated and grave'y abused custom of general and public handshaking at presidential receptions has vanished in the smoke of Czolgosz'a pistol slrrt.. For the -survival Into our day of this dangerous rintiim there has never been a practical or adequate reason. In the earlier years of the republic when the working hours of a president were fewer and his period of leisure were more extended, he could enduie with safety, perhaps. th strain of meeting anil greeting the far smaller number of Iris fellow citizens with whom he came in personal contact. No presi dent before the war of the rebellion vu ever so engrossed in public bus iness that he could not spare the strength and time to shake hands in a demociatic way with the relatively few callers who sought his presence at the White House or gathered to wel come him on his infrequent travels. An American president nowadays, bur dened with the enormous and incessant cares of his great office, can yield to the. importunities of the thousands who seek to gree't him personall only at an exorbitant expenditu:e of both time and physical eff-.rt. To a man of deli cate physique the mere task of hand shaking to which the average presi dent has in recent years submitted would 'ihreaten bodily collapse. With its added invitations to the hare trained anarchist, burning to glorify himself through a great political crime, the public reception has become under our democratic system a positive peril lo any chief magii. rate's health, safety and mental peace. It may be contended that the. Amer ican people ara jealous of their, polit ical customs, and Tvou-ld surrender the habit of easy and general access to the president with unconcealed regret. We do not think for a moment that this can be the American public's unrea soning and narro wview. As a people we have a true and deep respect both for the presidency and the man who wields its august, and far-reaching mn Road In all departments I of active .service stand in need of the readiness of mind and rjromotness of action which depend on a healthy nerv ous system. Let a railroad man be " rat-. tied," and every life depending on him is in danger. A great' many railroad men have found in Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery a valuable tonic for the overstrained nervous system. It builds up the body, purifies the blood, nourishes the nerves, and induces a healthy appetite and refresliing sleep. " I suffered for six vrrs with constipation and Iridigrstiorj. dnrinff which time I employed sev eral physicians, lmt they could not reach my case." writes Mr. O. Hopplewell. of Eureka Springs. Carroll Co.. Ark. " I felt that there was no help for me; could not reUtin food on my stomach; had vertijro and.wotiM fall helpless to the floor. Two veara ajro I commenced taking lr. Pierce's Colden Medical Uiacovery and lit tle Pellets.' and improved from the start. Af ter taking twelve bottles of the ' Pisrmery ' 1 was sble to-do light work, and have been Im proving ever since. " . Send 21 one-cent stamps to pay ex pense of mailing and get Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser in paper covers, fret. Address Dj. ft. V. Piarce, Buffalo, N. Y. MM :en I II' powers, and no false sentiment will deter us from abandoning a cueto.rt which has no real root In par political idea'. or our political necessities. It is In the degrading Idea, fostered by demagogic politicians, that the presi dent is only "the thlred man" of the people that the practice of miscellan eous handshaking finds it chief sup port. To the. upholders or the hired man theory It seems only natural, of course, that any clrixen. however, dis reputable or dangerous, should claim the tight to take the hand of the pres ident, and to enjoy thereafter delights of an appeased and triumphant cur iosity, comparable only to those of the man ''who shook the hand that shook the hand of Sullivan." " But to the American people as a whole such a view of the president's personal dignity and personal obliga tions is as unworthy as It is offensive, and we believe they will gladly Join in abrogating a custom not only cheap ening to the president's official char acter, but Involving fatigues, discom forts and the ever piesent poill of udden death. Immigration at New York Is in creasing again as Is shown by the d pai tmontof laborbul IM.MIG RATION letln that Is now be FIGURES. ing distributed. It (hows that lOl.sr.O persons arrived In New York from for eign countries during the second quar ter of 1901, as against 140.344 in the cor responding quarter of this year. Southern Italians retained the lea' among the thirty-four races repre sented In the statistical record, 55.026 of that eleirent having landed In April, May and June more than one-third of the total. . The Poles were- next, with 19,393, or 12 per cent of the aggregate. ' Considering the races whose num bers exceeded 1,500, and comparing the statistics for the nuart'r ending in June, this year. w'ftH those for the like months of 1900. the Rutheniuns had the greatest increase 120 per e?nt, while the Portuguese gained 72 p-r cent, the Croatian and Plavenlana 59 per cent, the Southern Italians 47 per cent, the Greeks 40 per cent,. the Mag yars 30 per cent, the Slovaks 25 imt cent, the northern Italians 19 pec cent, the Germans IS per cent, the Polts lo per cent, and the Scandinavians 1 per cent. A falling off of 44 per cent was reported for th? Hebrew race. De crease in the Irish Immigration was 26 per cent, and the Finnish arrivals di minished 18 per cent. Seventy-four per cant of the : tiers who arrived during 'ihe qua:t r ending on June 30, 1901, were males ail 2G per cent were females, while in that quarter of 1900 70 per cent were males and 30 per cent were females. The most noticeable disproportion of sexes In thl9 year's contingent of neweo.r.fe:s was among the Greeks, 98 per cent of whom were mates and 2 per cent were females. The smallest disparity was credited to the Portuguese 62 per cent males and 4S per cent females. The progress tm'ade in rehabilitating Galveston Is a splendid proof of the pluck and energy of the people of that city. The Galveston News has printed some figures showing the expenditure Bince the. disaster for buildings and re pairs of all kinds and amounting to Jo,KK).17. While engaged in rebuild ing the mod strerruou3 efforts have been exerted to retain business, espec ially the primacy of Galveston as a cotton center. The figures prove that the cfty is more than holding its own. Its bank clearings for the year ending September 1 Jast exceeded1 those of the previous year by $20,000,000, . its re ceipts of cotton was 467,000 bales more and Its coastwise and foreign trade was $28,000,000 larger. That Is an ex ample of quick recovery and Enterprise that deserves to be known nil over the country. It Is to be presumed that the defense c the city against the pos sible recurrence of another flood has not 'been neglected by thos who have had so terrible a warning. In 'the opini-n ot ex-Attorney General Griggs, the best plan to suppress anarchy -In the United States Is to enact sweeping leg Iration against it. Evidently th3 former legal counselor of the pres ident and his cabinet does not fear ths results of hard pressure. He believes It both constitutional and expedient that membership in any solety advo cating a creed of murder should be punishable with- life imprisor.'.T.nl; that it should be made a capl.al of fense to attempt the life of the pres ident or othtr high officers of the gov ernment, whether the attempt be suc cessful or not; that the Importation of members of murderous societies shou'd be prohibited, and in cases where such mm'bers are found and are aliens, they should 'be deported'. The grounds upon which these proposed laws are regarded as constitutional are that the object sought in these societies and in the violent acts of their members Is the subversion of the federal govern ment. ' Magazines having In hand anything from the pen of Theodore Roosevelt will now reap a financial harvest. Mr. Roosevelt has always been a. popular author, and now that he is president any literary production from him will be read with still greater avidity. His account of his mountain Hon hunt last winter in Colorado will appear in the October and November numbers of Errbner's under . the title 'tWlth the Cougar Hounds." Tha heroes of trie chae are the intelligent hounds who ara trained to chasa the cougar and lynx Into, the trees. A great deal cf Information in regard to the cougar Is .Thons&nda Hn-re .Kidney Trouble and Don't Know it. , ' . Mow To Find Out. Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twenty-four hours: a sediment or . sat . tling Indicates an unhealthy condi tion of the kid neys: if it stains your linen it Is evidence of kid ney trouble : too frequent desire to pass it or pain in the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of order. f . What to Do. There is comfort In the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism, pain In the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary passage. It corrects Inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing It, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day. and to get up many times during Ihe night. The mild and the extra ordin.i y effect of Swamp-Koot is scon realized. It stands the highest for tt3 won derful cures of Ihe most distressing causs. If you need a medicine you should have the best. Sold by druggists in 50c. andjl. sizes. You may have a sample bottle of this wondertul discovery and a book that tells?SS4S5iiS5S more about it, both sentEJerHI-rtfrrfHr.1 raaress iir. Mlmcr 6c nans of aronp-noac. Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing men tion reading this generous ofier in tins paper. contained in the first of thece. articles, which Is a valuable contribution to natural history. Both articles wl'.l be fully lllutrated f:om photographs by Philip K. S.ewnrt, who was cne of the hunting party. Stewart was a well know.n Yale athlete. Is Francs tcformln? after a 1? The returns of the recent Fienrn census a.e found lo be not n?arly so dishearten ing as they at. first np;earid. While the increase In population In. the Inst ten years has been very small, when the co.riparisim Is drawn by flve-yenr periods It appears that the Increase Is In the last five years wns 412,364, cs against 133.S19 during the first five years of th. lecade. Thl different puliv.s to a removal of some of the ob stacle! which hitherto have Impt-ded the national growth and made France almost a stationary nation. Perhaps the Frenchman 'have at last themselves taken Entile Zola seriously. It is gratifying to note that the di rectors of the board of trade at their meeting lost night took up with en thusiasm the suggestion that the board organize a vigorous campaign for state hood. A special mee.ing of the mem bers of the board will be held at an early day for the purpose of arranging the details of the work. When that meeting Is held there shou'd be a full attendance and a comprehensive plan worked out for pressing our claims up on the attention of congress. This is Jus the time for the rnitroad Interests of the southwest to take over the Mexican railways that are most dirictly connected wi .h their p'uns. The development of the southwest Is proceeding at a late that leaves the central trans-MiR?i;-'sippi belt far be hind, and this process shoul 1 not be allowed :o create such a traffic situ ation as has grown up on th ; Canadian border. It is probable that in a short time the whole railroad business of Mexico will be In our hands. The forty-seven veterans of the Mex ican war, who are now holding their reunion at Independence, represent the surviving Misaourians who f3Ug.it in one of the big wars of the nation. They are old ir.;n, some of them near the limit of extreme age. Of the 110, 000 o!diers who participated in the Mexican war, there remain only about 5,000, with an average age of 79. They are llt:ra!ly the "Old Guard" among American veterans. The czar visits France in spite of the recent 'talk about the abandonment of the Visit. It Is safe tj say. however, that he will be guarded with extreme care and that any anarchist with dark designs In his heal' wl)l find it dllMctilt to gr . near the august sovereign cf all the lturrlans. A would-be murderjr might attempt to sh-jot the czar from a dl.-tant point of vantage, but that is nv. 'the ordinary method of u.lPf.!ns. Congressman Cha.T'p Ctark said the other day that after meeting Mr. Mc Kinlcy for the first time he was eo im pressed wi h ths man that he dtvoutly vrtahad that, all the speeches 'he had ever rraie agalne-t him miht be des troyed. - . You assume no risk when you buy Chasnberlain's Colic. Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy. Elvty & Huleti will refund your money if you are not sat isfied after using it. t is everywhere admitted to be the most successful remedy in use for bowel complaints and the only one that never fails. . It Is pleasant, safe and reliab'.e. The man who's daft dn fishing might be classed as an nngler-maniac. The best med icine to take for Indigestion. t Dyspepsia,' Biliousness, or Malaria, Fev.r and Ague Is the Bitters. It nuuns health for every suf ferer from stomach 111. Don't fall to give it a trial. Sitters Who Wants to Buy a Good Home On Easy Terms In Capitol Addition? It is going to be the nobby part of town, and don't you forget It. Bee this: A picturesque, well built brick house, with six nr seven rooms, may be bought for $1,600. Terms: $200 oa.h: monthiy payments for six month of $9.S0; then $100 on principal, and sec ond six months $9.10 per month. iRach six months purcivaser pays $100 on the principal, with a reduction of monthly payments to correspond. Call on R. H. GREENE No. 21. North First Ave. WHIRL OF THE WORLD Many agriculturists In Europe have long been convinced that molasses is an admirable food for horses and cattle, and their conviction Is now stronger than ever, owing to certain experiments which have been- re-ently tried, and which have proved eminently success ful. I'nfoitumuely. In some countries farmers have practically been debarred from using molasses In this way, owing to the fact that there is a duty on any saccharine material: but now. In France at least, steps have been taken to re move this obstacle, and, furthermore, the French government has publicly notified agriculturists that It will do all in Its power to aid them in populariz ing the new food. M. Albert Vlicoq. a French professor of agriculture, says that the Frencn overi:m?nt is acting very wisely in en couraging farmers to use molasses, but he points out that care should be taken not to give animals too much of It, as owing to lis heating qualities. It may produce a deleterious effect if given too often or loo abundantly. lie says that thoso animals which are required. to do much work or which are constantly In motion should receive a much smaller allowance of molasses than those anl muls which lead a lazy and a sedentary life. . The natives of Tutuila, cne of the is lands of Oceanic, have a peculiar method of catching fish. At a given Big. nal all the Inhabitants of the village assemble on the seashore, to the num ber of about 20U persons, each one car rying a branch of the ooooa palm. With these 'In their hands they plunge Into the water and swim a certain distance from the shore, when they turn, form ing a compact semi-circle, each cne holding his palm perpendicular In tii water, thus making a sort of sieve. The leader cf the party then gives a signal, and th? fishers all .approach tho scit shore gradually in perfect order, driv ing betore them a multitude of fishes that are cast on the sands and killed with sticks. ' The fish are then cooked over hot coals and served with bananas and co coa nut milk. The scene is most picturesque and In teresting, the effect being heightened by the appearance of the natives, who usually have their hair powdered white, the warriors in the tribe having theirs powdered red. Prof. Gautior. a distinguished mem ber of the Institute of France, has ad vanced a startling theory on theTub ject of "Perpetual Youth." In Isolating the bacteria of physical fatigue, lie has found that it Is a poison strongly re sembling ptomaine poison in nature. From this Prof. Gautler conclude:! that fatigue can, by tne use of disin fectants, be avoided like any other poi son, and consequently man, no longer suffering from wear and tear, need not weaken or age. The "bacteria of physical fatigue" are something new in physiology, and that they are a poison resembling ptomaine poison Is another novelty not less start ling. The theory has gone Into an experi ment. It remains to be seen whether the experiment will carry out the real thing desired In nature as applied tr mankind. m m a It Is some time since the draining of the Zuider Zee was contemplated, but the preliminary work has been under taken. The scheme proposed will re store to cultivation and habitation 3 tract of land comprising about 490,000 acres. This land was submerged in the terrible storms of the ninth and twelfth centuries, and has since been lying at an average depth of ten feet below the surface of the sea. It is r?ckoned that the cost of this restoration would be something like JKO.OOO.OOO. but the value of the land would repay the cost at least three times over. At present th? Zuide-r Zee Is too shal low for navigation, and Its sources are hardly better than swamps. It Is pro? posed to construct a dike from Enkhu Izen to the River Yssel. and by steam pumps to remove the water. Through the reclaimed area canals are to be made, with railroads along the banks. Thus distances would be shortened Fries and North Holland, for example, being thirty miles nearer than at pres ent. .. A new province, to be called Wllhel minaland. will be added to the Nether lands, and the territory . of the little kingdom will be Increased one-sixteenth. The time requisite for comple tion of the drainage wlil be from twelve to twenty years. as Four specially constructed boats for deep sea fishing have been equipped with submarine arc lights to fish In the Pacific off the California coast. The ultraviolet rays of the light stun ths fish and they are then gather?d in strong nets before they come to their senses. The are was invented by tw Yale students. Recent discoveries In Jerusalem prove that the ancient aqueduct whicn brought water from Bethlehem through the Hinnah valley, thought to be the wr.rk of Hercd. wa3 built by the Em peror Severus. in the y?ar 19B A. D. Inscriptions to that effect have been found. . Have you a ense of fullness Tn the region of your stomach after eating? If so you wl.. be benefited by using Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab lets. They also cure belching and sour stomach. , They regulate the bowels, too. Price, 25 cents. 3old by F.lvey & Hulett. los. israsLiBs. GUT FLOWERS CENTRAli 138 Son tli Ppring Slreel, Hotel Johnson, n-sS J. MILTON Hotel Brunswick First-clast Family Hotel, choice local itv: newl 7 refitted. Large eunny rooms; Wm9 reasonable. Special (iJj prices by the week. W. p, MaitSfield, PfQp. DON'T FORGET ! Chops, etc., call on AJHj IB'ST' ""V 'S, the best known Cafe on the Pacific Coast. 111 W. Third St. RELIABLE AND EXPERIENCED DRUGGISTS. Pcart'MFK. Rrsslsw Kcmyhs .Ms II orders a DOLF FKESK. 01TICI8T ATTENTION, Sportsmen! HOOnOnifiM CI IITIUP SOUS PpTlreSt.. Fuct Art, Me an) nff platting. Tele AuubllUIUtl rLAllInU phone Main .W7, Lot Aneel, "al MiM onlera. 11TIIP nniTlnll forone n... ihr lirililii !'' nuuicitii a uuiftd, K,n,r. iiMn Tuf Refruitr pile om save Stoll & Thay.-r HENRY i h if. i c i u a THE BROWNSBERGER HOME SCHOOL OF SEOK'HAND AN D TTPKWRIIIH. I.oa Angel-a, CallforJ'l. A Business Training School for loth youn? men and young women: 12 graduates this last year, ond all in positions. We prepare stenographers fol any line of work, from an ordinary olflce position to those requiring the most expert Instruction. Persons may apply to the Erownsberger school and receive any kind of expert instruction desired. We have more positions for young men than we caj All. Would like a large class ot young men by September, to meet the Increasing demand. Bookkeeping for those who dfslre It. Send for handsome Illustrated catalogue. 953 W. Seventh St.. Txs Angeles. Cnl. AGUA CALIENTE. II "T" C" I p fl f p C" I Apua, Calitfttf, Mtrlooa county Ere ry thing i a i- i sr a new. Harry Erlsley. Prescriptions...- ar; .1 spc;i?Uy " ith us. We take particular care la selecting our Drugs, in making our SIeuicir.C3 and lii f;mpouniing Prerc: ip.'!nns. If thorp U sickness In the hou'j rememhor our prescription de;arlment. The Brisley Drug OFEIN ALL MQHT Or ilayton oys: .. The English Kitchen keep their cook room in absolute clean condition and the quality of their food, together with good service, entitles them 'So liberal -rwrmnaitf: MOTT'S PENNYROYAL PILLS of menstruation." They are "LIFE SAVERS" to girls at womanhood, aiding development of organs and body. No known remedy for women equals them. Cannot do harm life becomes a pleasure. $1.00 IEU 1IOX BY MAIL- Sold by tlrusrsists. Dlt. MOTT'S CHEMICAL CO., Cleveland, Ohio. R)l! SALK BY BEX L. BEAR. ssiuj ... p.n s musvavm f jc5ytt"c Imo Vttuizr. thepr.fcriiUiucf a priTT M rvtc '.'."-uai-fi of the Rtn;rativo organs. ucli ma Vmt flaBrkcoi, laMnnala 4J J? CL 1UA 2 tUo 8aek. riulnal llmlMloai, Nrrfaai lMMIllj, lla.BtlM ...1 ' Z V t ?iirry, KxL&o1Ib; lralnii, Ti-eorBlj avnt nl.ltaionL 1 ' ' i Is "'--,, .til r; 7 duvor iilfii u I'lt-voits quick iiewiof discbartrp, vhi 'li if ootchecHed 3iu h. t fie.-. .aT.rrhnA a;:d all tb (irrra of mr,tnrTy. ft itK V. cles:ms tL t: v- r. k i.i.iit-rt una taa irxxy wsua ui ail Lux jociiica. CC P,l.Alia ai.riiigih(.- a wi.- - i. rr- ..ftt ctirrt by D?ctorafeteewtt) per cent are troobled with Proa4t'ltla. -.'. r'- !ip (? ; rt-nif-dv Ui cir vtlUioul un oiioraiica. 5Ci tcjCionLiia. A wrltUo v.- i, .-! -"fiui ( flb r-s detiDO efluutm pertu&ueat cuth. iUua oZrlor .v .i- . ' r i-injTM ... ? "'loMMilit.a, t,4Ctm V. V" fa : 337. 8a ?rtoribHK CxA For ia!e by Ben L. Ber, Keystone Ftti3iac7 Oldest and Largest Cut Flower Store In Southern California. Flowers packed for shipment. Fine Redondo Carna tions. Roses. Violets. Lilies, Smilax. Choice Potted House Plants. PARK FLiORAli CO., . ' Xtijjjcle, Cnl. HflTIDK HOUSE LOS ANGELES, CL. FATFS: i.2 lofa0 por day. Latter wlib prWau bh. P.oomtt &( np. Th moKt popular tiotie in I.on Atifcelea for Arlson peoplo. Han Just added a third tory and no rnnlifn 17A room, all newly fur nit tied, with mnni'-it wamr and et;vator. Thirty Miitea with private hatha. Free Baa To and, From All Trains. focetm and Hill Btkuets. THE STANFORD Entrance, 350 S. Hill. Furnished tmw throutrhotH; noir management; free baths; hut and cold water; electric light; cars to all point. Convenient to rataurants aud all place of In tereal. Rooms $1.6) to W.ai fr week. MRS. L. E. HARTMAN, Prop. T. T1rt. Private and public batha; iMiropean nan, hoi wur at mi timr; strictly modern throughout i Eait Fourth Street, one door east of Hotel Weatmlualcr. fjjr Illustrated Trunk Catalogue SVt?,.: Im' no iij4yu co'ild in our Complete descriptions y nd n le'. " rU fm our uew plan for s-laug trunk. D. D- WHITNEY & SONS, LJ.tn't- While on 3'our visit to Los Angeles for the best Fish, Oysters Steaks, tecialty A WO PR 4.CTIC A.I OPTIOIAN. Eyes tested on premiss, and prescrlftious Dll'-d MOU day o-dered. Tel M Wvi ia South Spring Street rtitic TMPrTny work our spr-cnlty. E MEHKSY. Jr, h "Iiie" Ourii 8 tor, po-lte Van h uy au3 est mi niter tfote.i L04 Anguloe, Cal .l'. U'..Ln 15 wlnmK $5.00 t the t'riii " is t-; 11 otevell's oiks7.0. Co. SrSfS.' BOOKSELLERS AND No 54 8. Hprinir St. loa Aneele ALBERS Pacific Coaet Ag't send for Catalog FULL LINE POUlTRY SUf-PLIES - S. Main St., Los Angeles KODAKS PHOTO SUPPLIES. B'U!,&a.. all B. Main Street. Loa A-nirelea, Oal. r.: Kxeeittut baLhinie. Rtoit Keaaouable. C. A. Lars en. Co., ADAMS HOTEL Madame Corhorl Soys: ' I have patronized several ot the restaurants In Phoenix and I have found the Englist. . ' Kitchen gives the best varietj and the best service of any. Tils English Kitchen Restaurant an Co SA-B7 "W- yirat Ptrn1 They overcome Weak ness, irregularity and omissions, increase vifr or and banish "pains UP-TO-DATE DRUGGIST. ntcMni?n - - cupiDaiisT fuinous French obysician. will anlckiy cure you of ail UKlbWULD THE BICYCLE MAN, Sella Racvclea The best and easiest running Wheel on earth. Don't get something elH uci-ause iney say it is just as good. BICYCLB Bet In the cliv for 12 4ft. H-st Vim Slf-Healing Tires Mr 12.75. A KOfiil line for 11.75. Host L'arhl.le 3 pounds for 55 cents. Most complete repair shop In ihe city. Prices reasonable and work guar, anteed. w ELL, DHII.LINO ALBEkTJ. STRAW Peoria, Ariz. Bargains P 'otsnn First Avenue, near term rOUr Van Iluren. each 4DU0 piVrrv rre umlor Maricopa Oanal: iu. 1 'iy pn.red; lfla. well, flnn house anil burn JJ,UUU One hundrrd XTT- orano riKhw. Mr:':: $12,006 W. J. MURPHY, O'Neill Block Cordon & Smiihline v Biick Manufacturers . Common Press and Stock Brick South Third Rtroet. Telephone m fiarrlan Piiil lho;.i.-i in tlw "itr. Kn DalUCII bill 1'ir! :!i- i sumliuK wun Rocta'trant lr.leintli. buys pverytbiLg flydlaul allli i pot rush prUre, nud give the ltst '2'i cEt mRl." 'WivM rKms for lamllici.. Tickets Mo -8lag Meals 25 cm. Tuck, Hlng 45; Co. ?2-2l S.'w'nehiiigton St.. But of Jacobs 4 Co THE HOFFMAN ill Thcbowlloc alifyis cooT, the 5c j Is ANHKTT3EB - BU8CH V 0 Nothing Can Please Him Better mum Than to serve your Husband with good, prime rib roast of beef for his dinner. Vhn you are perplexed as to what to g-et for amner, get roast beef: it Is the Koovi old standby and always acceptable to lovers of good eating. We have everything else tn standard meats and delicacies, and no one can undersell us. P. T. Hurley. I West Waabincton Bt ftaon in If Thii ion 01 liliiigv0;,'i.,..?wuwh'"rt: to get it; bin it you w .111 uicaullu ss, careful- ues and (rr M-tne s, t'irn vour laundiy over to u. Ttvrelsno heater 'work d-n in tne e- u try than we do. !, Curtains, we aie do ng iota of 'em. Why? Causa ds 'in r.KUu Let Cs l-rove II to You. Vouis lor good wora and prompt delivery, ARIZONA LAUNDRY. Cor. Adams & 3d Sts. Phone H9I Cigar ' -Store z and Liquor , Houses E 14-1G W. Wasbington Street i . w. t n t r Proprietor ! r